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marilyn tavener about the problems with the affordable healthcare act website. it has been one year since hurricane sandy hit the northeast, and people are still dealing with insurance claims. the cleanup is estimated to be around $65 billion. i'm tony harris in new york. "inside story" is next on al jazeera america. >> well, fixing website glitches fix the affordable care act, and will enough americans sign up? that's tonight's inside story. >> hello, i'm libby casey in washington. as the obama administration races to fix the healthcare.gov website, critics are turning up the heat. the latest issue, how many americans who have to pay for their own health insurance now have to switch to fl comply with the law. we'll give the affordable healthcare act a checkup, who will have to change their plans and why, and how will it affect young healthy americans. the success depends on the young signing up in large numbers. >> on capitol hill today marilyn tavenar, the administrator for cms answered tough questions about the affordabl affordable . >> i want to assure you that it can and will be fixe
races to fix the healthcare.gov website, critics are turning up the heat. the latest issue, how many americans who have to pay for their own health insurance now have to switch to fl comply with the law. we'll give the affordable healthcare act a checkup, who will have to change their plans and why, and how will it affect young healthy americans. the success depends on the young signing up in large numbers. >> on capitol hill today marilyn tavenar, the administrator for cms answered tough questions about the affordabl affordable . >> i want to assure you that it can and will be fixed, and we're working around the clock to deliver the shopping experience that you deserve. >> reporter: but new to the hearing, individuals receiving cancellation letters from their insurance providers. >> i would take them back to the free affordable care act days if you were in the market, half the individuals in the market did not stay on their policies, they were kicked off for pre-existing conditions. they saw their premiums go up 20% a year. now, in fact, the issuer has decided to change the plan did
of congress are pushing for answers. >> healthcare reform in this state was a success. it doesn't mean that it was perfect right away. there were early problems to solve. there were changes that had to be made. anybody here who is involved in it can tell that you. and by the way all the parade of horribles, the worst predictions about healthcare reform in massachusetts never came true. they are the same arguments that you're hearing now. >> reporter: as if the week went bad enough revelations of secret spying tactics are creating an uproar here and abroad. tureous though the nsa tracked the conversations of millions of citizens and some leaders. german chancellor angela merkel had her phone tapped as far back as 2002. obama personally apologized to merkel, but there are still questions about whether he knew about the eavesdropping. >> welcome to the white house. >> reporter: when things go wrong president obama often grabs hold of the situation and works to correct it in a big public way. >> nobody is matter than me about the fact that the website is not working as well as it should, w
was grilled for three hours on the healthcare exchanges. she testified that problems will be fixed. >>> president obama is praising his plan for helping the uninsured and today said it is not a failure. he gave a speech in boston since massachusetts' health plan was the template for the affordable care act. his speech was interrupted by protesters. [ hecklers ] >> so here's what happened. the president was speaking and the protesters were asking for the president to address climate change issues. the president made light of the situation and said the demonstrators were at the wrongally. facebook investors gave people a lot to like this morning. they build out wall street estimate. advertising revenues are at 66% with half of that coming from ads on mobile devices. and those are the headlines. i'm tony harris. "inside story" is next on al jazeera america. >> the nation's top spies deny they've gone rogue and insist they're doing their job of keeping america safe. on tonight's inside story balancing security and liberty in the eye of a political storm. >> hello, i'm libby casey. what
health kathleen sebelius testified before a republican led panel saying problems with the healthcare.gov will be fixed for november. as she spoke the website went down. >> the minimum age to purchase cigarettes in new york city is about to go up. a vote to raise the age to 21 from
the death penalty. >> the healthcare.gov is down again for maintenance right
reached out on the latest report, the pentagon responded healthcare providers at task force at guantanamo routinely better care than any of these detainees ever received in their lives. they do not always require the tube feeding. frequently they'll drink the supplement out of sight of their peers. until justice changes the law we'll humanely safeguard those held in our charge there. although half of the detainees have been released, many have not transported because of a moratorium. other detainees are in legal limbo. they cannot be tried because they've been tortured in past. and some cannot be released because they are deem do dangerous. 164 prisoners are held there now. it has cost $5.2 billion to keep guantanamo open since 2002. in a few minutes we'll talk more about the new reports ethics abandoned with two of the task force members but first we're joined by al jazeera's ross lind jordan who covers guantanamo and all the ethical issues surrounding guantanamo. where is this report significant. >> there have been a lot of criticisms aimed at the pentagon about the way the men have bee
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